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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

40th Anniversary of 2112 Featured in the February 2016 Issue of Prog Magazine

40th Anniversary of 2112 Featured in the February 2016 Issue of Prog Magazine
Update (02/13/2016): The issue of PROG magazine has now been described. You can read each of the three feature articles that appeared in the issue via this LINK. Enjoy.
Update (02/10/2016): The article from Guitar World is now ONLINE. Enjoy-
Next month marks the 40th Anniversary of Rush's pinnacle album, 2112. In celebration of the event, Prog Magazine's 63rd issue (February 2016) highlights the album on the cover and includes a feature story on Rush.

From Prog's website:
The brand new issue of Prog is on sale today, and we celebrate 40 years of Rush's iconic 2112 album...

It was the album that pretty much saved the band's career and remains one of their most popular. Ironically we also discuss with the band themselves what the future might hold for the band following the recent R40 tour amid a raft of rumours suggesting the end might be in sight for Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart.
The issue is on sale now in the United Kingdom and should be available elsewhere within the next couple of weeks. Look for a complete transcription of the Rush-related articles from this issue to appear in the Articles/Bios section of the main site soon.

In related news, the March 2016 issue of Guitar World magazine also includes some content on Rush:
It’s possible that Rush have parked their tour bus for the last time, leaving 40 years of epic gigging and an unparalled body of work in their wake. To help celebrate the release of R40 Live, Guitar World catches up with Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee to talk about some of the choice cuts that found their way into the bands career-spanning 2015 set list.
That issue is on sale now at various retails. Look for a transcription of that article to be posted soon.

Thanks to Ed from RushIsABand for passing along the news.

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